Trey Crysel
Trey Crysel


Beaumont, Texas

High School:
Westbrook HS




Spring 2014: Went 3-5 in singles play ... Played primarily at No. 6 ... Won first three matches of the season, beating Garry Amour (Alcorn State), Marko Milosavljevic (Jackson State) and James Jackson Jr. (Prairie View A&M) ... Played with four different doubles partners to finish 5-8, but was most successful with Michael Feucht, finishing 3-0 for the year ... All three matches with Feucht closed out the season, beating a duo from Incarnate Word before notching Southland Tournament victories over teams from Nicholls and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi ... Teamed up with Carl-Philip Lindqvist for a win vs. Jackson State and with Nikita Lis for another against Prairie View A&M.

Fall 2013: Posted 0-8 singles record ... Teamed up with Carl-Philip Lindqvist for a victory over Ouachita Baptist in doubles, but the duo finished the semester with a 1-6 overall record.

Spring 2013: Posted 1-19 singles record with a 1-4 mark in conference play ... Competed primarily at No. 6 position, going 1-17 with a victory over Oral Roberts' Gabriel Kanelopoulous ... Competed at No. 3 doubles with Carl-Philip Lindqvist, finishing 1-11 with a win against Joel Rubio and Hugo Guanais of UTSA ... Teamed up with Mikko Rajamaki for a win over Alcorn State's Vitali Vasileuski and Bhavtaran Singh.

Prep: Named Golden Triangle Player of the Year ... Earned all-district all four years at Westbrook H.S. in Beaumont ... Advanced to regional competition three times.

Personal: Born Trey Evan Crysel on January 26, 1994 in Beaumont, Texas ... Son of Carroll McCain and Willie Crysel.


Cards fall 4-1 in Southland Tournament finale

Men's Tennis wraps up best season since 1987


Cards advance to Southland Tournament championship match

Men's Tennis looking to upset defending champions


Men's Tennis beats Incarnate Word

Cards tie for best win total since 1987


Men's Tennis to close out season at Incarnate Word

Cards aiming for momentum going into next week's conference tournament


Cards fall 5-2 to ACU

Hoogenboezem and Laitinen pick up singles wins

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